Here are a few nifty events outside of Dover that you should consider checking out this weekend.

Beyonce, Nine Inch Nails and more come to Philly

WHAT Budweiser Made in America Festival

WHEN noon, Saturday; noon, Sunday

WHERE Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

COST $106.70 (general admission for one-day pass); $168.70 (general admission for two-day pass)

INFO Visit

With 40-plus acts like Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar and Calvin Harris, Budweiser's Made in America Festival is going to be bananas on Saturday and Sunday at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pa.

Even if you can't make it to both days, Made in America is balanced with so much good music on each day that it'll feel like you're getting away with murder if you do stay for both days.

Some of the notable acts that will play on Saturday includes Beyonce, Deadmau5, Haim, 2 Chainz, Imagine Dragons, A$ap Rocky, Phoenix, Empire of the Sun and Public Enemy.

Noteworthy acts taking the stage on Sunday include Nine Inch Nails, Wiz Khalifa, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Calvin Harris and Queens of the Stone Age.

Arden Fair turns 106

WHAT 106th annual Arden Fair

WHEN 10 to 6 p.m., Saturday; rain date would be the same time on Sunday

WHERE Arden Fair, 2126 The Highway, Arden

COST Free admission

INFO Visit or call 475-5814

If you can't afford the Made in America Festival, you'll have enough dough for the 106th annual Arden Fair in Arden on Saturday. It's free.

The Arden Fair features more than 150 vendors (most sell hand-made crafts), live music from eight acts (including the popular Wilmington-based band New Sweden), children's activities (such as games, pony ride and a Far Flung bungy ride) and tasty eats (funnel cake, Hawaiian-shaved ice, beer, pizza and more).

While there's a fee for some activities, it won't break your piggy bank.

Arden is a quaint and homey community located approximately 10 minutes from Wilmington.

'Weight' it out

WHAT 'The Weight Is Over' play

WHEN 6 p.m., Saturday

WHERE United Deliverance Bible Complex Center, 12108 County Seat Highway, Laurel

COST $15 advance; the cost is extra at the door

INFO Visit or call 424-2479

Playwright Frank Gibbs leans on a troubled character to deliver a message of redemption in his new gospel production, "The Weight Is Over," debuting at the United Deliverance Bible Complex Center in Laurel on Saturday.

The well-to-do Pamela is living a nightmare and there's not enough money in her pocketbook to make it stop. Her marriage is a failure. Marcus, her husband, has revealed himself to be an abusive jerk. All of this drama has caused Pam to develop low self-esteem and gain a few pounds.

A turn of events will motivate her to shed the physical pounds, but Pam has no idea that neglecting the emotional weight that she's still attached to has just as large an impact.

It was important for Gibbs to use the spelling of "weight" as opposed to "wait" for the play's title since he wants to drive home the point that carrying emotional baggage is mainly the root cause to most people's problems.